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Darren Carrington

Darren Carrington
Date of birth: (1966-10-10) October 10, 1966 (age 47)
Place of birth: Bronx, New York
Career information
Position(s): Safety
College: Northern Arizona
NFL Draft: 1989 / Round: 5 / Pick 134
As player:

Darren Carrington (born October 10, 1966 in Bronx, New York) was a safety who played 8 seasons in the National Football League for five different teams. He started in Super Bowl XXIX for the San Diego Chargers and was the Denver Broncos kick returner in Super Bowl Super Bowl XXIV. He finished Super Bowl XXIV with 6 kickoff returns for 146 yards, including a 39-yard return that set up the Broncos only touchdown of the game. His best season was in 1993, when he intercepted 7 passes and returned them for 104 yards. He was selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 1995 NFL Expansion Draft.

In his eight NFL seasons, Carrington intercepted 22 passes and returned them for 377 yards and a touchdown. He also returned 6 kickoffs for 176 yards.

Darrin Carrington is a 1984 graduate of James Monroe High School in the Bronx. He has a son, also named Darren, who has committed to play wide receiver for the Oregon Ducks for the 2013 season.

Carrington currently lives in San Diego with his wife and 3 kids. He works as the Marriage & Parenting pastor for The Rock Church (San Diego)

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